Learning the Art of Auctioneering
A complete list of certified auctioneer schools throughout the United States and Canada.
The exam is drawn from applicable state statutes and administrative code chapters specific to the profession.
Auctioneers Sales & Use Tax
This explains how the 5% Wisconsin state sales and use taxes apply to sales made at auctions.
The WAA Annual Conference is formulated for the auctioneer to gain direction and knowledge beyond the auction ring. Continue to enhance your knowledge of nationally renowned professional speakers through the outstanding seminars provided. The WAA conference provides interaction with auctioneers and professionals that have ideas and had situations arise in their business that are worthy of discussion. It is a great time to talk and have fellowship with others.
February 10th, 11th, & 12th
625 W Rolling Meadows Dr, Fond du Lac
Conference Continuing Education
We pledge to implement and conduct new courses, as well as the many other standard courses with updated materials usable by today’s generation, with the knowledge provided by the seasoned auctioneer and professional.
Statewide Continuing Education
Wisconsin Auctioneers Association holds the continuous education (CE) and returns 100% of your fees to market the auction profession. The courses will be conducted by professionals in their field.
Licensing Quick Links
Wisconsin Auctioneer Board
The Auctioneer Board is created in Wis. Stat. § 15.405(3) and works with the Department of Safety and Professional Services as outlined in Wis. Stat. ch. 480. The members of the Auctioneer Board are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Legislature to serve 4-year terms.
Cornerstone-edu Auctioneer Continuing Education
Cornerstone-edu is approved in Illinois, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, North Carolina, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, and Washington.
Cornerstone-edu provides you with online classes that puts you in touch with information to grow your business and the required courses to renew your auctioneer license. Today’s auctioneers need to keep up with the rapidly changing marketplace, which has been altered dramatically in the last decade.
Evers asks for more staff to speed up processing of professional licensing
Wisconsin's Department of Safety and Professional Services has faced complaints from people waiting weeks or months for occupational credentials. As Wisconsin faces complaints from people waiting weeks for months for professional licenses, Democratic Gov. Tony Evers...
LMA Applauds Bill to Allow Livestock Auction Investment in Small and Regional Packers
Livestock Marketing Association (LMA) applauds Congressmen Mark Alford (R-Mo.), Jimmy Panetta (D-Calif.), and Dusty Johnson (R-SD) for introducing the Amplifying Processing of Livestock in the United States (A-PLUS) Act. If enacted, the bill would remove an outdated...
Mark your Calendar!
Mark your Calendar! February 23rd is thenext Day on the Hill in Madison. Join us to advocate on behalf of WAA and its issues in the State Capitol. Meet with your local lawmakers and educate them on WAA issues. Be part of the “Selling in the Round” Auction in the...
Did You Know?
In 1990, Auctions in Wisconsin totaled $975 million annually, not including sheriff’s sales and real estate auctions. There were 300 full-time and 100 part-time auctioneers in the state and 17,500 auctions were held in Wisconsin that year.
Did you Know?
In 1985, the National Auctioneers Association had 6,200 members and the Wisconsin Auctioneers Association had 170 members.
Did You Know?
Our three founding members were:
John Ioge of Taylor, WI
Clarence Olson of Galesville, WI
Louis Primus of Fairchild, WI
Did You Know?
The Wisconsin Auction law seeks to establish minimum standards and competencies for Auctioneers regarding their legal and ethical responsibilities to the public, their clients and fellow Auctioneers.